April 23, 2020
Citadel Securities is included in Fast Company’s prestigious list of the World’s Most Innovative Companies.
Citadel Securities is one of only ten financial services firms recognized on this year’s list, which features 434 companies from 39 countries.
In its accompanying write-up, Fast Company highlighted Citadel Securities for its role in enabling companies to enter the public markets through the direct listing process.
“Innovation has always been a key driver of our success and is an integral part of our DNA,” said Peng Zhao, CEO of Citadel Securities. “We are proud to appear on this list and we’re excited to continue driving innovations that create better markets for all investors.”
To view the full list, please visit: fastcompany.com/most-innovative-companies/2020
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